We’ve provided equal access to quality education to the children of Connecticut
Scholarship dollars awarded since 1995
Student scholarships awarded since 1995
Private schools chosen by parents
Our focus is on helping children and their families—and what’s best for them. We encourage parents and guardians to choose any accredited K-8 private or parochial school in Connecticut that will accept their student and work with CEO to apply our scholarship dollars to the child’s tuition account each year. Currently, our scholars attend over 40 different schools.
For as little as $55, you can fund a week of school for a student in need. A gift of $2,100 will fund a maximum full-year scholarship.
News & Stories
Nicole Talmadge, most recently serving as Director of Development at The Country School in Madison, has been named the next Executive Director for CEOCT. Talmadge will be tasked with growing the infrastructure of the foundation and increasing the number of scholarships awarded.
Thank you for supporting Children’s Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut (CEO) through your generous
monetary donations, in-kind donations, and time dedicated to our scholars.
Juliana is 11 years old and one of nine children, nearly all of whom have attended the Children’s Community School in Waterbury, a private, non-profit school that began in the 1960s when some Catholic nuns began to offer afterschool tutoring for city students.